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Current feed - BBC News - World

Ruth Bader Ginsburg death: Trump to nominate woman to fill Supreme Court seat
The US president says he will announce his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg next week.
Thailand protests: Activists challenge monarchy by laying 'People's Plaque'
Protesters cement a "People's Plaque" in a park and march in Bangkok calling for political reforms.
TikTok: Trump says Oracle deal for video app 'has my blessing'
The president says the bid by Oracle and Walmart would protect the data of TikTok users in the US.
Ricin: Letter containing poison addressed to Trump at White House
The FBI and the Secret Service investigate the letter, intercepted before it reached the White House.
Emmy Awards 2020: Stars prepare to dial in for virtual ceremony
Nominated actors will have someone waiting outside their home to hand over an award if they win.
Cyclone Ianos: Two dead as 'medicane' sweeps across Greece
The rare "medicane" storm flooded buildings, toppled trees and triggered landslides in central areas.
John Turner: Former Canadian prime minister dies at 91
The ex-prime minister, who has died aged 91, famously led his Liberal Party to a big defeat in 1984.
Ethiopia charges opposition figures with terrorism
The group, who will appear in court on Monday, faces charges related to deadly violence in June.
Belarus protests: Opposition icon, 73, among hundreds detained in Minsk
Nina Bahinskaya had joined a women's march in Minsk as protests against the president continue.
Former MI6 man suspected of selling information to undercover Chinese spies
Fraser Cameron calls the claims "ridiculous" and says he has no access to sensitive information.

 

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